Found 4 results for "Nina Hyland"
JCATSKing User Manual
The National Center for Juvenile Justice, through work on the MacArthur Foundation’s Models for Change project, has developed a series of adjunct data reporting systems to help document the impact of key systems change reforms. Among these systems, is one designed to support front-end diversion of youth charged with domestic dispute offenses in the King County, Seattle, Washington juvenile court system. This technical primer/user guide provides a brief overview of the system and …
NCJJ Fact Sheet: One Out of Every Six Formal Juvenile Court Cases Were Referred for Status Offenses
NCJJ Fact Sheets distill knowledge into a one page format with supporting facts. This release addresses the prevalence of status offenses in cases formally referred to juvenile court.
Dual Status Youth: Data Integration to Support System Integration
This StateScan distills knowledge from NCJJ’s Juvenile Justice Geography, Policy, Practice & Statistics website (jjgps.org). The author explores the difficulties and barriers to collecting prevalence data on dual status youth and highlights a few examples from states that have succeeded in these efforts.
Evidence-Based Policies, Programs, and Practices in Juvenile Justice: Three States Achieving High Standards Through State Support Centers
Douglas Thomas, Nina Hyland, Teri Deal, Andrew Wachter, Samantha Zaleski
Evidence-Based Policies, Programs and Practices in Juvenile Justice (13 pages) provides case studies of three jurisdictions achieving high standards through state support centers. The jurisdictions were selected based on a 50-state survey of efforts to support evidence-based policies, programs and practices (EBPs) and selects examples that reflect an evolution toward greater sophistication and support for EBPs.